…I Can Be the Mentor I Want For Others

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Recently, I stepped away from a job I held at a nonprofit. I returned, this week, in a consulting role for an accreditation visit by the state funding partner. While my role has significantly changed in relationship to the organization, it has not changed in relation to the people who work there. For the six months I worked at the nonprofit, I functioned as the go-to mentor among many of the staff. With the social work…

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“How Come No One Ever Told Me” is about lessons learned in life that no one ever told me but need to be shared.

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Joseph Rios EdD

Joseph Rios EdD

I believe leadership is the expression of values. Career Coach | Educator | Writer | Social Justice Advocate | Trainer. leadershipandvaluesinaction.com

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